WORKSHOPS & CONTINUING EDUCATION
Anatomy Jam w/Sam Booker
Thursday, June 15 @ 2pm
Come and geek-out about anatomy and movement with us in a casual, collegial, student-driven environment! This session we will be focusing on the hip and thigh - learn all about your pins! We may start the session with a brief review of the region (or not if the crowd doesn’t feel it’s necessary), and the rest will be based on the questions and queries you bring in about that region as it relates to your personal or teaching practice. 90 minutes of chatting about anatomy and movement: Is there anything you’d rather do on Thursday afternoon? We didn’t think so.
This class is open to Pilates, Yoga and Movement Teachers, and those interested in learning more about anatomy in terms of movement & rehabilitative context.
Postural Analysis : Beyond Standing
Date : June 4, 2017 from 11am - 3pm
Investment : $150
Beyond standing is about understanding how your clients’ parts work in relationship with each other during movement, not just how they position themselves in relationship to each other in stillness. After spending the previous day looking at the Myofascial meridians and their role in movement, we will be able to better analyze the cause and effect of habitual posture and adaptive shortening/lengthening in order to:
- Assess client abilities and anticipate movement challenges to determine appropriate level of exercise.
- Determine sequencing based on what tissues require release or activation in order to move through sessions with most ideal alignment.
- Understand immediate and lasting effects of injuries and conditions throughout the system, as opposed to the injured part alone.
Myofascial Meridians & Movement Workshop w/Sam Booker
Date : June 3, 2017 from 1 - 5pm
Investment : $150
Understand what the myofascia is physiologically and anatomically and what the Myofascial meridians are and where they intersect. What those intersections mean in 3 dimensional movement in terms of their synergistic creation, control and mediation of movement. Applying kinesiological movement analysis concepts to understand how the lines do this.